ENTRIES TAGGED "context"

Thin walls and traffic cameras

We need checks and balances to ensure data-driven predictions don't become prejudices.

A couple of years ago, I spoke with a European Union diplomat who shall remain nameless about the governing body’s attitude toward privacy. “Do you know why the French hate traffic…
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Walking the tightrope of visualization criticism

Walking the tightrope of visualization criticism

The balance, fairness and realism of our visualization criticism must improve.

A creative field, such as visualization, will have many different interpretations and perspectives. The resolution and richness of this opinion is important to safeguard.

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Top Stories: April 2-6, 2012

Top Stories: April 2-6, 2012

Data and context are always linked, data outputs beyond visualizations, state of the computer book market.

This week on O'Reilly: Mike Loukides explained why problems arise when data is taken out of social contexts, Robbie Allen looked at six ways insight can be extracted from datasets, and Mike Hendrickson analyzed the current state of the computer book market.

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New York Times Settles Linking Suit

In what many of us thought was a slightly bizarre case, the New York Times Co. has settled with GateHouse Media in a suit attempting to cease the automated aggregation of Gatehouse content on Boston.com's affiliated properties (Boston.com is owned by the Times Co.). It is not clear why the settlement was reached, since precedence was on the side…

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Links: The Simple Solution for Context

News consumers searching for context can be served through the Web's simplest tool: hyperlinks.

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